Marine Intervention in Chemical Emergencies (MAR-ICE) is a Europe wide network of experts to support maritime actors in the event of chemical emergency response at sea.
How do you get in contact with the network of experts?
1. Get in contact with your authorized national MAR-ICE contact point. In some countries this is the local RCC and in some countries another actor.
a. The national MAR-ICE contact point is appointed by your country.
b. The MAR-ICE network has a list of authorized contact points – other persons/functions will not receive replies from the MAR-ICE network
2. Make sure that you have collected all the information for the MAR-ICE form.
3. Send the form through your national contact point, who will then start the expert support request process with MAR-ICE.
- Requests to the MAR-ICE network are channelled through a dedicated MAR-ICE Contact Point. The services of the network are limited only for the use of designated national authorities who are usually national competent authorities on marine pollution. Your national contact point will stay as the connection point for MAR-ICE throughout the expert information request process.
- MAR-ICE also provides very specific information – make sure that you have a national chemical expert available to interpret the received information to fit your needs.
Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC) Tallinn
Estonian Police and Border Guard Board
Border Guard Department
Tel: +372 619 1224, +372 692 2500
The Command Centre of the West Finland Coast Guard District
On duty 24/7
MAS-services +358 294 1006
Telephone (not urgent phone calls) +358 294 1010
Fax: +358 294 1019
Inmarsat-C 423002211 (AOR-E)
Radiocall: Rescue center Turku
MMSI 002301000The Command Centre of the West Finland Coast Guard District
Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre of Lithuanian Naval Force is the national MAR-ICE contact point in Lithuania.
Duty Officer, email@example.com, +370 46 391 257
Maritime Rescue Coordination Center (MRCC Gdynia) is the national MAR-ICE contact point in Poland.
Telephone: +48 58 620 55 51
Central Command for Maritime Emergencies (CCME) is the national MAR-ICE contact point in Germany. CCME is responsible for managing maritime incidents and is the national focal point for all maritime incidents and contact point for a national single window. All international requests regarding maritime incidents are handled by CCME.
MAR-ICE contact point: CCME – Maritime Emergency Reporting and Assessment Centre (24/7), Duty Officer,
firstname.lastname@example.org, +49 30 185 420 1400
MAR-ICE Contact point of Sweden is under Kustbevaknigen
Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC Riga, 24/7) is the national MAR-ICE contact point in Latvia.
Duty Officer, +371 67323103 (emergency), +371 67082064 (SafeSeaNet, MAS). email@example.com (MRCC); firstname.lastname@example.org (SafeSeaNet, MAS)